Tuesday, September 2, 2014

I heart fake food - Felt Sugar Cookie Tutorial

Believe it or not, I still heart fake food.  And, sometimes, felt fruits and veggies just aren't enough.  I crave felt sugar too.

No fake kitchen is complete without a set of sugar cookies.  With this easy to follow tutorial, your little baker will have so much fun whipping up their own batch of felt sugar cookies.

Felt sugar cookies are also the perfect accompaniment for any tea party.

To make your own zero calorie sugar cookies, grab the following supplies:


To make the your cookie dough and cookie base:

Start by tracing your cookie cutter pattern onto the tan felt/cookie dough.  Trace along the outside of the cookie cutter.  Using a pair of sharp scissors, cut out your cookie shape.   

*Optional.  Felt tends to stretch the more you use it.  To give the felt more durability, I layered another layer of tan felt beneath the layer I cut the cookie shapes out of.  I applied a little bit of glue around the shape outline and pressed it into place onto the solid piece of felt.  Sew around the perimeter of the dough.  Cut the shape out of the solid layer of felt, using the top layer as an outline.  These shapes were not kept intact as I cut them out.

**If you opt to add an extra layer to cookie dough, you may want to cut add a second layer to the cut out cookie shape so it will fit back inside of the dough evenly.

To make the icing.

Select the color icing you want to use.  Again, use the cookie cutter as the pattern, this time tracing from inside the cookie cutter.  Cut out enough to cover all your cookies.

Optional:  To embellish your cookies with 'sprinkles', using a needle and thread, sew beads onto the 'icing'.

If you have extra sprinkles, you can fill up an empty sprinkle container.

Glutton free, calorie free felt sugar cookies.

Package these homemade felt sugar cookies up with a rolling pin, measuring cups, measuring spoons, recipe cards and extra sprinkles and you have a great gift.

A gift that encourages imaginative play.

The inner baker is bound to come out in anyone who plays with these cookies.

Felt sugar cookies...

the perfect addition to any play kitchen.

If you enjoyed this tutorial, make sure to check out more I Heart Fake Food Tutorials by clicking here.


  1. WOW! Beautiful and what a fabulous gift!

  2. Stop it right now! I want to eat them they look so delicious. You are the best!!

  3. First time ever I have craved a sugar free, gluten free cookie! Amy they are adorable, how fun.

  4. Oh my goodness Amy! What an adorable idea! Makes me what to play too! Love it.

  5. I love that you have the dough so they can pop out the cookies themselves. too much fun.

  6. So darling! What a great gift idea for my many nieces this holiday. Thanks Amy!

  7. Wow! This is fantastic! My girls would love it - especially the little sparkle details.

  8. Oh my goodness...when I saw these on FB, I thought they were real! Silly me, AWESOME you!! :o)

  9. Thanks Amy. I'm blushing from your compliments :)

  10. Love this idea including the gift set you created with it!! Too cute... and look quite yummy! ;P

  11. Amy that is a great project and they even look delicious! What a wonderful gift that makes! You are the queen of fake food and these are my favorites....so far!

  12. These felt sugar cookies are the cutest! My girls would love playing bakery with these.

  13. These look so real!!! And I about died when I saw the sprinkles. Amy - you are one talented lady!

  14. I just pinned these all over creation! You are so clever. (And now I want cookies.)

  15. Absolutely adorable and I love how you stylized the photoshoot with the actual baking utensils and flour. That's dedication!

  16. I have a 4 yr. old granddaughter that would love this. Pinning!

  17. I heart fake food too, especially your cookies. I just saw some bow tie pasta and salteen crackers on Pinterest. Am I too old to start a pin board of felt food?

  18. These are the cutest!! I've got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for later this morning that links to your tutorial:


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